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Russian translation: незаживающая рана

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English term or phrase:a draining wound
Russian translation:незаживающая рана
Entered by: artyan
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09:41 Jan 17, 2001
English to Russian translations [PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: a draining wound
Can you provide me with its Russian equivalent? Thank you.
Dimo
nezazhivayuschaya rana
Explanation:
A www search for “draining wound” results in many variations of the phrase, as follows:

“Heavily Draining Wound”
http://www.woundcare.org/wwwboard/messages/218.html

“an open draining wound”
http://www.australianprescriber.com/magazines/vol19no1/ap19-...

“…gauze dressing should be placed above the draining wound to collect the fluid that will be drained over time … “
http://users.rcn.com/clueless.interport/abcess.html

“moderately to heavy draining wound”
http://rx.stlcop.edu/~jbeckman/secpage.html

What constitutes a "moderate-to-heavy" draining wound? .(FAQs)
http://www.hyperionmedical.com/FAQs.htm

The best, and very common, Russian translation for this term is «открытая рана» (otkrytaya rana). Another alternative is «незаживающая рана» (nezazhivayuschaya rana). Depending on the rest of the context, it can be either simply «открытая рана”(otkrytaya rana), or «открытая рана сильной тяжести» (otkrytaya rana sil'noy tyazhesti), «открытая рана средней тяжести» (otkrytaya rana sredney tyazhesti), «незаживающая рана с абсцессом» (nezazhivayuschaya rana s abstsessom), etc. If the case is too severe, you can say «длительно незаживающая рана» (dlitel'no nezazhivayuschaya rana), which also exists in the Russian medical terminology (http://www.rmj.ru/rmj/t5/n3/2.htm) (this one is from the site of Russky Meditsinskiy Zhurnal). Russian search engines show many results, if you type in these terms.

Best regards, and have a nice day.
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Summary of answers provided
naSorry for the wrong encoding!
Natalie
nanezazhivayuschaya ranaartyan
naдренирующая рана (ранение)
ttagir
naоткрытая, незаживающая ранаjulia21
naмокнущая рана
Vladimir Dubisskiy
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Natalie


  

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51 mins
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Explanation:
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For example:
When assessing a draining wound, it is important to note the color, odor, and consistency of the exudate.
(http://www.uspharmacist.com/NewLook/CE/postwound/lesson.cfm)


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Natalie
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7 hrs
мокнущая рана


Explanation:
Т.е. рана из которой сочится гной, сукровица и т.п.

Vladimir Dubisskiy
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12 hrs
открытая, незаживающая рана


Explanation:
I think draining wound is the wound which is not healing or at least has not healed yet.

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14 hrs
дренирующая рана (ранение)


Explanation:
Though the term is rather unformal, pls note that the combination "a drainage of wound" is more frequently used.

I hope that by "a draining wound" they do not mean an artificial wound made for the drainage (though in surgical operations it is normal to leave specdial holes for drainage of interior surfaces after surgical operation (say, "intervention")).

Dr T.Tagirov


    Stedman's Medical Dictionary, W&W, 1995
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15 hrs
Sorry for the wrong encoding!


Explanation:
Прошу прощения за неверную кодировку в моем вчерашнем ответе.

a draining wound - это мокнущая рана, которую иначе называют экссудативной (т.к. из нее выделяется экссудат - гнойный, геморрагический, серозно-фибринозный и др.)
For example:
When assessing a draining wound, it is important to note the color, odor, and consistency of the exudate.
(http://www.uspharmacist.com/NewLook/CE/postwound/lesson.cfm)




Natalie
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16 hrs
nezazhivayuschaya rana


Explanation:
A www search for “draining wound” results in many variations of the phrase, as follows:

“Heavily Draining Wound”
http://www.woundcare.org/wwwboard/messages/218.html

“an open draining wound”
http://www.australianprescriber.com/magazines/vol19no1/ap19-...

“…gauze dressing should be placed above the draining wound to collect the fluid that will be drained over time … “
http://users.rcn.com/clueless.interport/abcess.html

“moderately to heavy draining wound”
http://rx.stlcop.edu/~jbeckman/secpage.html

What constitutes a "moderate-to-heavy" draining wound? .(FAQs)
http://www.hyperionmedical.com/FAQs.htm

The best, and very common, Russian translation for this term is «открытая рана» (otkrytaya rana). Another alternative is «незаживающая рана» (nezazhivayuschaya rana). Depending on the rest of the context, it can be either simply «открытая рана”(otkrytaya rana), or «открытая рана сильной тяжести» (otkrytaya rana sil'noy tyazhesti), «открытая рана средней тяжести» (otkrytaya rana sredney tyazhesti), «незаживающая рана с абсцессом» (nezazhivayuschaya rana s abstsessom), etc. If the case is too severe, you can say «длительно незаживающая рана» (dlitel'no nezazhivayuschaya rana), which also exists in the Russian medical terminology (http://www.rmj.ru/rmj/t5/n3/2.htm) (this one is from the site of Russky Meditsinskiy Zhurnal). Russian search engines show many results, if you type in these terms.

Best regards, and have a nice day.



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